Of our 89 forests 68 are ‘Forest Partnerships’ typically made up of 25 to 35 investors investing between $30,000 and $250,000 over the life of the forest. The benefit of a partnership is the tax benefits of a forest investment are available to the investors.
Private investments can be made by an individual investor or a small consortium. Typical investments span from NZ$1,500,000 to NZ$10 million. Investors own the forest and freehold land. Private investments with inputs from NZ$ 3 million over the forest’s rotation can be custom tailored to suit your financial plan.
An Equity Partnership is typically made up of 4 to 8 partners investing a minimum of $250,000. Equity Partnership investments are available only to qualified or experienced investors as defined by the New Zealand securities act 1978.
New Zealand is a signatory of the Kyoto Protocol and with the introduction in New Zealand of an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) investing in a newly planted forest a company can grow their own credits, a cost effective way to secure the cost of carbon going forward.
With over 2,500 investors in our 89 forests we do from time to time have shares offered for sale in existing forests on the secondary market. You can register your interest in buying into and existing forest.
Many international timber companies and pension funds have recognized New Zealand’s competitive advantages and invested in plantation forestry in New Zealand. Roger Dickie NZ enables individuals to invest in the industry at any level and share in the wealth that forestry will bring New Zealand.